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DateDate: 23-12-2019, 05:50

The Finnish government has created an introductory online course on artificial intelligence for citizens of the country. Now everyone has access to it as a Christmas present
About it writes The Verge.
In total, the course consists of 6 sections. They describe what artificial intelligence is, what problems it solves and where it is applied. Finland promises to translate the course into all languages of the countries of the European Union. A lecture entitled “Elements of Artificial Intelligence” is available in English, Swedish, Estonian, German and Finnish.
It will be possible to go from anywhere in the world.
In Finland, about 55 thousand citizens have already completed the course. In total, it may take from 5 to 10 hours to study one section. The Finnish government initially developed a course to give citizens an edge in the field of artificial intelligence.

DateDate: 20-12-2019, 05:49

Scientists call such a device a non-invasive way to collect and compile information about your health without leaving your home.
Scientists Joshua Kun and Jan Miller and two participants in the study found that the molecular composition of their urine shows how much they slept, what physical activity they did, how much they consumed alcohol or coffee, and when and how many over-the-counter drugs they took. Urine actually contains a “liquid history” of a person’s eating habits, performing or not performing physical exercises, taking medications, sleeping, and other lifestyle elements. This fluid also contains metabolic indications of more than 600 human diseases, including major killers such as cancer, diabetes, and kidney disease. ”
Scientists hope that their product will be ready in five years.
Source: Daily Mail
Tags: toilet, toilet, urine

DateDate: 19-12-2019, 07:48

Plastic is the most used and relevant material at the present stage - thanks to such remarkable properties as resistance to temperature, flexibility, light weight and at the same time high strength, plastic, however, is a real headache when it comes to processing and recycling. Modern methods of its disposal require the use of special toxic substances and complex laboratory work, but the chemical engineering team at Colorado State University came up with the idea of creating a new type of polymer plastic that has the same properties and which is much easier and safer to recycle.
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In fact, the present polymer material can be processed indefinitely thanks to an improved polymer structure. Polymers are a special class of materials characterized by long chains of chemical bonds between the so-called monomers - it is this property that allows them to be applicable in a variety of problems. The work of a team of researchers from the University of Colorado includes mainly improving the existing synthetic polymer plastic, developed at the same university in 2015.
However, the first prototype, having relatively low heat resistance and strength, did not enter the final concept of experiments and testing - but now scientists have managed not only to improve these indicators of the polymer material, but also to achieve a significant reduction in its cost, which will positively affect its widespread use .
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The next generation of polymers can answer the question of how to properly and rationally recycle plastic and other materials in such a way as not to pollute the planet. That is why the team of specialists at the moment has focused on identifying the most interesting solutions to promote their new polymer plastic formula, which, perhaps, will soon become an excellent replacement for traditional plastic in all its manifestations and forms. It remains only to wait for the final results of the experiment.

DateDate: 18-12-2019, 07:15

Xiaomi has released a new “smart outlet” model, Xiaomi MIJIA Smart Socket Bluetooth Gateway Edition, gagadjet.com reports.
On the body of the outlet there are two USB Type-A connectors for charging various gadgets. The main feature of the device is the function of the Bluetooth gateway. That is, using Bluetooth, the socket exchanges data with other gadgets and sends the received information via Wi-Fi.
As a result, the user can control devices from anywhere - the main thing is to have an Internet connection. You can also set a timer on the outlet.
The body of the device is made of heat resistant metal. If it heats up under heavy load, the user will receive a message about this. And at maximum temperature, the outlet will turn off automatically.
Xiaomi MIJIA Smart Socket Bluetooth Gateway Edition costs only $ 11. When sales begin - is still unknown.

DateDate: 17-12-2019, 05:49

Must save from floods: in China, a 500-meter protective wall was printed on a 3D printer (video)
Posted by: Katerina Andriyuk
In the Chinese city of Suzhou, they created a giant wall using a 3D printer. Winsun has completed the 500-meter wall, which is supposed to protect residents from flooding.
A large-scale design was made of individual parts, but if assembled, it will be considered the largest object printed on a 3D printer in history.
The main task of the wall is to absorb the energy of the waves. The design is able to protect the coastline from the effects of water during floods.
500-meter wall, photo 112.ua
Typically, buildings are used to improve canals and rivers to protect land from erosion. Facing walls often require the development of individual bricks and dams, therefore, they are considered extremely expensive and complex projects.
By the way, the creators reported that their design turned out to be much cheaper and did not affect the coastline in any way, which is almost impossible during the construction of facing walls.
 
Also, scientists from the United States also recently presented their brainchild - a titanium wheel created using 3D printing technology.
The wheel was printed using a unique 3D-printing technology, which allows not to throw out the remaining materials and resources, but to use them in further production. HRE Wheels from California and GE Additive AddWorks have joined forces in developing this unique wheel.
The wheel was made of titanium alloy, where most of the work was done through an improved type of 3D printer. This technology is called 3D printing.